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Iowa State University, Forestry Extension
Good Information on current tree events, trees problems and tree issues in Iowa.

Farmstead Windbreaks for Iowa
A publication from Paul Wray, Iowa State University all about Farmstead Windbreaks and there designs.

How windbreaks work, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska. Great Information on all below

Windbreaks: The New Prairie Forests
Windbreaks fact sheet Written by the S.D. Department of Agriculture.

Farmstead Windbreak
Information on Farmstead Windbreaks from North Dakota State University.

Windbreaks mitigate climate
Great resource on how windbreaks can protect vineyards and other agricultural products.

NRCS-Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment
Iowa Natural Resources Conservation Service Specifications for windbreaks

NRCS  Windbreak/Shelterbelt Establishment
Minnesota Natural Resources Conservation Service Specifications for windbreaks

Windbreak and conservation trees recommended for Nebraska

Windbreaks for snow control, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska.

Field Windbreaks, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska

Windbreaks for Livestock Operations, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska

Windbreaks For Rural Living, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska

Windbreaks and wildlife, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska

Windbreaks: An Important Component in a Plasticulture System, By James Brandle, University of Nebraska

Windbreaks in Australia.  Interesting reading about windbreaks in the "down under"

Agroforestry windbreak video.  Video on field windbreaks

Missouri Botanical Garden.  Web site has listing of all trees known in the Midwest. 
I have been to the Missouri location many times to research different trees, great place.

 

 

 

 
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